Via Guinéenews.org: Doctors suspected hemorrhagic fever: "They are at home, waiting for results". I don't understand the reference to "Sino Guinea" hospital; I don't think Conakry has Chinese-supported hospital, but there is a town called Sino in northeast Guinea near the border with Mali—an area not yet associated with Ebola. The Google translation:
"The person suspected of being contaminated Ebola virus, which was received here was not made. This is a student thesis that situation came to work here with us during his internship. He came yesterday when he has a fever. He was given an infusion here in the room that is closed side.
"But, since he was in the hospital Sino Guinea when the patient was treated Dabola there and that he showed signs, we asked him to go to Donka samples. He actually went to Donka where samples were taken before returning home. All hospital doctors Sino Guinea Kipé of which have been in contact with the patient underwent Dabola samples before going home ... "
These are the explanations this morning Guineenews by doctors found the flag number one (1), where the student- doctor was admitted yesterday, Friday, March 28, 2014.
In the absence of the head of this department, the doctors met have not accepted a formal response to the charges against their service. According to a doctor who contacted Guineenews yesterday night under the guise of anonymity, patient (medical student) would vomit in Ignace Deen during his infusion before getting towards Donka.
In addition, another patient came, he Guékédou was made before knowing he was carrying hemorrhagic Ebola virus through the postoperative examinations. After being informed, the director of the national Ignace Deen Hospital, Doctor Awada, have asked the doctors and staff who have been in contact with the patient to put all quarantined.
Which would have caused howls of protest from the past to the hospital around 15 pm. Doctors have not only refused to quarantine, but continue to come to the hospital.
"This is false arch" categorically denies the doctor first met on Saturday.
"The case is still a suspect. Kollie His name. N'zérékoré It is native and non Guékédou and resides in Conakry here. He did his internship with us. It still is not a patient proved. It is only suspect. And that is why we asked him to go levies Donka. And at Donka, they said to wait three days to see if it is confirmed or not. Therefore can not know anything until Monday.
And even if I did, I can't tell you anything without the permission of the department head," added the doctor we found the office of Pavion1.
Finally, we will have neither the contact (or maintenance) of the department head, who was absent at 11am, this Saturday, March 29, nor any other officer of the national Ignace Deen hospital. Officially, all the suspects are expected to remain in quarantine, pending confirmation or denial of their contagion exams, etc..
The doctor who joined Guinéenews the phone last night was most worried about the obvious risk that those who have been in contact with sick Ebola infect patients lying in hospital, members of their families who are unaware, enclosures even the rest of the population in the various districts.